- Tench Heritage Alliance (THA): The Tenchfishers have launched a Tench Heritage Alliance (THA) group to promote and protect tench into the 21st century. Their aspirations in many ways run parallel to The National Crucian Conservation Project (NCCP), with Chris Turnbull one of Tench Heritage Alliance (THA) vice-presidents in addition to his involvement in the NCCP.
- The Pole Fishing Magazine: There are a surprising number of crus caught on the pole - or perhaps not so surprising.
- The Perchfishers are a relatively small group of perch anglers who currently have 60 plus members. Their aim is to further the knowledge of the perch as a species including the methods and locations for its capture. The Perchfishers are successful in fishing for and landing many big perch, including some of the largest specimens recorded in the UK. They do this by sharing knowledge and by fishing in a true spirit of sportsmanship and friendship with all other members of The Perchfishers.
- The Avon Roach Project: The project was started by Budgie Price and Trevor Harrop following the EA 2005 fish stock survey which confirmed the long held belief within the valley that the the roach are in perilous decline in the middle Avon, once renowned for it's roach stocks, and partly upon which the river has earned it's enviable reputation.
The fundamental aim of the project is to assist the reinstatement of a self sustaining population by collecting spawn from true Avon roach and when hatched these fry are reared for two years before being reintroduced into the Avon at predetermined locations.
Trevor and Budgie have won 2011's Fred J Taylor Award for Environmental Stewardship in the world of Angling, congratulations to them, it is richly deserved.
- Crucian Carp on Wikipedia
- Crucian Carp at Maggotdrowning
- The Angling Times' Crucian Carp page
- Farnham Angling Society's Crucian Carp Page
- Fishing Magic, the On-Line Fishing Magazine.
- The Environment Agency: Where you get your Rod Licence. And you can get it online now...so get one. It really is a bargain.
- Fish Legal: (formerly the ACA) is a unique, non-profit making organisation set up to use the law to fight pollution and other damage to the water environment - both freshwater and marine - and to protect the rights of anglers and angling.
They act for fishing clubs, fishery owners, syndicates, commercial fisheries across the whole of the UK. In England only, they are the legal arm of the Angling Trust. They act independently in the rest of the UK.
Water pollution, over-abstraction, commercial fisheries, fish-farming and other activities can all cause huge impacts on aquatic ecosystems, wild fisheries and angling. Fish Legal aims to stop this damage happening and fights for compensation for their members when it does.
- The Angling Trust: A new, single organisation to represent all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England. The formation of Angling Trust brings with it a positive new future for angling. For the first time ever, there is a single body to take cohesive action to solve all the problems that affect our sport.
- The Waterlog Magazine: The World's Finest Angling magazine (probably).
"About as much use to a match angler as a chocolate teapot" Nobby Budd
"The best angling magazine since I was a lad" Izaak Walton
- The Medlar Press:
'No other publisher in the UK offers angling books of such consistent literary class or aesthetic excellence.' - Barbel Fisher
Medlar's fishing books include some of the great classics of angling literature but also many books from contemporary authors - works of historical or biological research, and literary works deserving of a wide audience. There is a good search facility on this site so whatever you wish to find, whether it be an author, title or simply a fish species, you should be directed quickly to the books that fit your criteria.
- Calm Productions: The publishers of both Peter Rolfe's "Crock of Gold" and Martin Bowler's latest book, "A Fish for All Seasons" as well as many other fine angling books and DVDs. Well worth a visit.